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Sacramento County no longer counting inmates in Folsom COVID-19 case count
CDC sight reveals adults with COVID-19 were twice as susceptible to own dined out
President Trump held indoor rally this weekend in Nevada, against dispute rules

Monday, September 14

3: 40 p.m.: Sacramento County no longer counting inmates in Folsom COVID-19 case count
Starting this week, inmates at Folsom Recount Detention center who test determined for COVID-19 will no longer be counted into the city of Folsom’s COVID-19 case count, in accordance to Sacramento County Public Health.
As an different, inmates who own tested determined will be counted as cases in the unincorporated role of the county.
This exchange resulted in a fall in the amount of cumulative cases reported in Folsom because the open of the pandemic on Monday, and an originate bigger in the amount of cumulative cases reported in the county’s unincorporated areas. Attributable to this exchange, Folsom went from having 727 cumulative cases reported as of September 11 to having 355 cumulative cases as of September 14.
Folsom Recount Detention center reported an epidemic of COVID-19 in August, which was the ultimate outbreak in the dispute’s detention center system on the time with 224 inmates actively infected.

9: 21 a.m.: CDC sight reveals adults with COVID-19 were twice as susceptible to own dined out
Adults who tested determined for COVID-19 were about twice as susceptible to own dined at a restaurant within the 2-week interval before getting unwell than those that tested unfavorable, a brand fresh sight from the CDC reveals.
NPR reported that the sight stumbled on that folks that tested determined and those that tested unfavorable had long previous to outlets, hair salons, in-home community gatherings, and the gymnasium at around the same rate. Then yet again, those that tested determined reported having dined out at a restaurant in the 2 weeks before getting unwell at a increased rate than those that tested unfavorable.
The sight doesn’t differentiate between outside or indoor dining.
“Masks can no longer be successfully extinct while difficult and difficult, whereas searching and a immense quantity of diversified indoor activities cease no longer preclude camouflage spend,” CDC researchers wrote.

8: 59 a.m.: President Trump held indoor rally this weekend in Nevada, against dispute rules
President Donald Trump held an indoor rally this weekend in a Nevada warehouse in defiance of dispute and federal health rules and pointers, in accordance to the Associated Press.
Here is his first indoor rally since a rally in June in Tulsa, Oklahoma that was blamed for a surge of COVID-19 infections.
At Sunday’s indoor rally, the president urged his as regards to camouflage-less packed crowd that the nation was “making the final turn” in defeating the virus. The president made no early present on the rally that the pandemic was tranquil claiming 1,000 lives a day and has killed as regards to 200,000 People.

Sunday, September 13
11: 00 a.m.: California now has as regards to 755,000 COVID-19 cases
Fixed with the California Division of Public Health, California has 754,923 confirmed cases as much as now.
On Saturday, there were 4,625 newly recorded confirmed cases. 
There had been 14,329 COVID-19 deaths because the open of the pandemic. 
Saturday, September 11

11: 00 a.m.: Giants lengthen two video games after determined test
Friday evening’s sport between the San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres was postponed minutes before the scheduled first pitch after any individual in the Giants organization tested determined for COVID-19. 
Saturday evening’s sport additionally was known as off at Petco Park. 
This was the first postponement for every teams due to COVID-19. There had been 45 video games in the majors postponed this season due to coronavirus concerns.

Friday, September 11

5 p.m.: Sacramento County passes 20,000 COVID-19 cases
Sacramento County has now recorded bigger than 20,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases because the open of the pandemic, including 350 deaths.
The county remains in basically the most-restrictive tier of the dispute’s fresh COVID-19 reopening realizing. In the previous week Sacramento has recorded 9.3 cases per 100,000 residents. It would pick on to crimson meat as much as no longer as much as 7 for no longer no longer as much as three weeks in focus on in self belief to circulation to a brand fresh tier.
While the broad majority of oldsters that own died had been older than 80, residents in their 20’s generally tend to contract the virus. One out of every five folks infected with the virus in Sacramento County had been between 20-29 years ancient.
Of cases where the flee and ethnicity of the victim are identified, 33% are hispanic or latino, in comparison with 23% for the county population as a full.

4: 21 p.m.: Nevada panel says Reno bars can reopen, Las Vegas need to dwell closed
A Nevada dispute coronavirus oversight panel says bars own to remain closed in Las Vegas, nonetheless can reopen in Pahrump and can own to tranquil be allowed to originate next week in the Reno role. 
The COVID-19 task force cited a falling quantity of virus cases in Nye County for the Pahrump choice. Re-openings in Washoe County will open next Thursday, field to approval of enforcement measures for face coverings and a 50% ability. 
About 30 native bar homeowners formed the Washoe County Bar/Taproom Coalition and agreed to comprehensive working requirements. The task force says Washoe County’s positivity rate is below 10% and trending downward.

9: 01 a.m.: Newsom indicators emergency bill to grant extra workers COVID-19 unwell hunch away
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed emergency legislation requiring paid unwell time for extra workers in the dispute exposed to COVID-19.
As an urgency measure, it goes into legislation straight, in accordance to the Sacramento Industry Journal. Corpulent-time workers in corporations with 500 or extra workers will be assured two weeks of paid unwell pay in the event that they’re exposed.
The governor’s workplace says this bill fills in the gaps between a beforehand signed executive expose and federal paid unwell hunch away protection. Groups tormented by this fresh legislation consist of employers with over 500 workers, meals sector workers, and each public and non-public first responders and health care workers no longer beforehand lined by their employer under federal legislation.
The fresh bill additionally creates a pilot family hunch away medication program for minute corporations and prohibits workers from pursuing civil action against a firm till they full mediation with the Recount Division of Magnificent Employment and Housing.

Thursday, September 10

6: 52 p.m.: California also can open wider screening with hasty virus checks
California’s usual turnaround time for coronavirus checks has dropped to no longer as much as two days. 
Recount health officers acknowledged Thursday that stage permits for effective isolation and quarantine of those which could maybe be infected to restrict the unfold. 
Health officers acknowledged two-thirds of the test outcomes are now on hand within in the end, and as regards to 90% within two days. That is down from as many as seven enterprise days final month. 
Improvements in ability and turnaround will allow the dispute to rapidly open what is recurrently known as surveillance testing.

5: 03 p.m.: California Recount University to defend classes online next term
California Recount University says classes at its 23 campuses will cease essentially online when the subsequent term begins in January due to expected will enhance in coronavirus cases later this year. 
Chancellor Timothy White told college, workers and 480,000 undergraduate students of the choice Thursday. White says the choice was in response to elements just like the necessity to publicize direction offerings and join students for the subsequent term as neatly as forecasts that infections will spike this frigid climate. 
He additionally cited “an inadequate testing and contact-tracing infrastructure” as causes for persevering with the subsequent term as regards to.

1: 35 p.m.: Butte County briefly permits indoor dining due to wildfires, air quality
Attributable to the impacts of wildfires in the role, Butte County is briefly permitting difficult locations to resume indoor dining services.
Ingesting locations that originate indoors can simplest purpose at 25% ability and need to space tables 6 feet apart. Servers and clients need to additionally put on face coverings.
Once the air quality has improved, difficult locations will be required to return to simplest working outside, per dispute COVID-19 pointers.
Around 20,000 folks were requested to evacuate Tuesday evening into Wednesday when the Maintain Fire, fragment of the North Complex, grew by 97,000 acres in a single day. Three folks own died in the fires.

7: 49 a.m.: Case reporting disorders, differing rules could maybe influence hopes for drop Pac-12 football season
The hope that a drop football season also can happen for the Pac-12 could maybe maybe be untimely, no topic the convention’s present announcement of their ability to quick test athletes, in accordance to the Associated Press.
Attributable to a patchwork of native rules, navigating the coronavirus has been uneven amongst the league’s athletic programs. There are additionally interior disagreements about whether pupil athletes’ test outcomes will own to tranquil be made public.
Various football conferences are facing identical unanswered questions because the football season gets nearer to resuming.
Wednesday, September 9

5: 42 p.m.: Trump Nevada rallies will be canceled for violating gathering principles
President Donald Trump’s plans to support weekend rallies in Reno and Las Vegas are in jeopardy after native officers warned they would violate Nevada’s ban on gatherings of bigger than 50 folks due to coronavirus. 
Trump’s Nevada marketing and marketing campaign co-chair Adam Laxalt acknowledged in a Twitter post this present day that every events to be held at airport hangars Saturday in Reno and Sunday in Las Vegas had been canceled. 
The Nevada Self sufficient reported that Reno airport officers warned a firm that deliberate to host the rally at a inside of most hangar that it’d be in violation of every the dispute’s virus restrictions and the rent of the hangar.

8: 01 a.m.: Newsom calls out organizers of Sunday’s tidy spiritual rally
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is criticizing the organizers of a dispute-authorised spiritual rally on the Capitol building in downtown Sacramento this previous Sunday.
A California Dual carriageway Patrol spokesperson acknowledged the match was authorised for as much as 1,000 contributors, nonetheless the agency estimates as much as 3,000 folks attended.
Video reveals most attendees packed collectively and no longer sporting masks. Public health pointers require camouflage sporting when social distancing is no longer that it’s good to maybe be take into consideration — even outside.
“It doesn’t help to own thousands and thousands of oldsters no longer practicing bodily distancing or social distancing, no longer sporting masks, in reality, pretty the different,” Newsom acknowledged in a news convention Tuesday. “Quite actually, any individual could maybe lose their lives. And I do know that’s no longer the intent of someone who organizes these events, nonetheless it could well maybe maybe be the consequence.”
Newsom says he is having a look for into the incident, and CHP says it could well maybe overview its permitting pointers.
Tuesday, September 8

5: 30 p.m.: Placer, Amador counties allowed to ease restrictions 
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has relaxed coronavirus restrictions in five extra counties. 
As of Tuesday, Amador, Orange, Placer, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties every moved to a less restrictive classification in the dispute’s fresh tiered system. The announcement ability the dispute has now eased restrictions for bigger than 8 million folks living in three of the dispute’s most populous counties — San Diego, Orange and Santa Clara. 
Hospitalizations are down 24% over the previous two weeks. However the Newsom administration is taking it leisurely by requiring counties to meet benchmarks for 2 consecutive weeks before additionally they may be able to additionally be upgraded. 
As of Tuesday, 33 of the dispute’s 58 counties are listed in the tip tier of the dispute’s coronavirus tracking system.

5: 15 p.m.: Improved turnaround time for COVID testing in Sacramento County
Sacramento County says it has substantially improved turnaround time for coronavirus testing. Dr. Olivia Kasirye is the county public health officer. She says testing hit a wall just a few months ago.
“There were no longer sufficient appointments on hand, and additionally there was a extraordinarily long turnaround time for outcomes,” Kasirye acknowledged. “As long as 7 to 9 days in some scenarios.”
She acknowledged  a nationwide shortage of supplies contributed to the breakdown. Now, the county targets to attain befriend outcomes in 24 to 72 hours. 
Kasirye  acknowledged a present partnership with biomedical firm StemExpress has allowed the county to originate bigger ability at its ten testing web sites. There are additionally plans to elongate hours of operation in September.

7: 54 a.m.: Psychological health prerequisites on the upward push for the length of pandemic
As the pandemic enters its sixth month in the usa, mental health prerequisites are rising. A brand fresh bill on California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk would dramatically amplify what insurance corporations own to quilt.
“It’s a field that existed before COVID, and COVID has made it worse, by exacerbating despair, apprehension…” acknowledged Democratic Sen. Scott Wiener of San Francisco, who authored the bill. “We are seeing folks that were in recovery from addiction who are now falling off the wagon relapsing.”
The dispute already requires health insurers to quilt cure for some mental health prerequisites, nonetheless critics screech that many prerequisites are no longer vital of protection.
Insurance protection corporations and enterprise groups every oppose the growth. The insurance corporations yell that this bill would put too grand extra stress on an already burdened healthcare system, especially in rural areas. Industry groups, nonetheless, argue that the growth would raise premiums for employers.

Monday, September 7
10: 15 a.m.: Steer determined of tidy gatherings to finish vacation COVID-19 spike, health officers express
This Labor Day weekend, health officers across California are asking residents to defend a ways from tidy gatherings, apply social distancing and optimistically defend a ways from any other vacation spike in COVID-19 cases just like the dispute saw following Memorial Day and July Fourth.
“We are all tempted to occasion with family and pals for cookouts and Labor Day celebrations, nonetheless caving into that temptation could maybe turn deadly, especially for our oldsters, grandparents and pals who will be extra susceptible to the virus,” Performing Recount Public Health Officer Dr. Erica Pan acknowledged.
Nevada officers, including Gov. Steve Sisolak, are additionally pleading with residents to defend a ways from tidy gatherings over the vacation.
Sacramento County’s Division of Regional Parks launched recommendations for struggling with the unfold of COVID-19 this weekend for someone picking to search recommendation from the location’s parks:
Asserting no longer no longer as much as six-foot social distancing from those that are no longer fragment of the same family or living unit 
Progressively washing arms with cleaning soap and water for no longer no longer as much as 20 seconds, or the usage of hand sanitizer that is identified by the CDC as effective in combating COVID-19
Preserving coughs and sneezes with a tissue or fabric or, if no longer that it’s good to maybe be take into consideration, into the sleeve or elbow (nonetheless no longer into arms)
Averting all social interactions exterior the family when unwell with a fever or cough.
Saturday, September 5

Fixed with the California Division of Public Health, the dispute now has a total of  727,239  determined cases.
There were 4,956 newly recorded confirmed cases of COVID-19 on September 4.
There had been a total of 13,643 deaths in the dispute.   
Friday, September 4

5: 51 p.m.: Reno-Sparks residents procure fresh COVID-19 resource
Officers in Reno-Sparks launched a brand fresh COVID-19 tracking instrument that reveals the bother of neighborhood unfold on on each day foundation foundation with the hope that it could well maybe lower the bother of transmission by giving residents a nearer to learn abstract of the pandemic. 
The Truckee Meadows COVID Probability Meter weighs five diversified statistics: requests for COVID-19 checks, the rate of fresh infections, test positivity rate, hospitalizations and sanatorium ability.
Jeremy Smith, director of the Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency, volunteered to create the bother meter by the usage of his background in records evaluation.
“What our model is trying and cease is add it up,” he acknowledged. “Are all of these items up on the same time? And in the event that they are then we will own to tranquil be thinking as a neighborhood about altering our habits to bring them befriend down.”
The instrument uses a coloration-coded system just like the EPA’s AirNow web page or Washoe County’s burn codes, which express residents when they’re allowed to own wood fires. 
Sparks Metropolis Councilman Kristopher Dahir acknowledged the meter will be a “instrument of hope,” by making COVID-19 updates extra digestible than the extra complicated records dashboards equipped by the dispute and Washoe County. 
“It offers us the flexibility to explore what’s going on and no longer surprise us so grand,” he acknowledged.

2: 23 p.m.: Woodland Christian College authorised for waiver to restart in-individual instruction
Woodland Christian College in Yolo County has been granted a waiver to reopen in-individual instruction for college students. It’s the first primary college in Yolo County to be authorised for this waiver.
Colleges in counties on the dispute’s COVID-19 glimpse list needed to educate for a waiver from native public health authorities in focus on in self belief to cease in-individual studying. Yolo County had been on the glimpse list since July 8. The waiver is simplest appropriate for grades TK-6.
The watchlist has since been modified by the dispute’s fresh tier system, which locations Yolo County in basically the most-restrictive tier.
Woodland Christian College has made extra than one modifications to finish the unfold of COVID-19, including hiring extra workers, growing protocol for responding to workers or students who procure COVID-19, imposing well-known health and safety measures and growing outside instruction role, in accordance to the county.
Yolo County has additionally bought six diversified waiver applications which could maybe be currently being concept-about.
8: 48 a.m.: U.S. unemployment rate drops considerably in August
The U.S. unemployment rate fell considerably in August from 10.2% to 8.4%, the Associated Press experiences.
No topic this drop, hiring slowed down in August as employers added the fewest jobs because the pandemic began. Fixed with the Labor Division, employers added 1.4 million jobs in August, down from 1.7 million in July. Easiest about half of the 22 million jobs lost for the length of the pandemic had been recovered.

8: 41 a.m.: Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak urges dispute to cease safe over Labor Day weekend
With Labor Day this weekend, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is pleading with residents to defend a ways from tidy gatherings in occasion of the vacation.
At some stage in a Thursday afternoon news convention, the governor acknowledged that residents will own to tranquil forgo barbecues and events with neighbors, pals, and folks exterior of their quick family. Sisolak acknowledged these probably gatherings could maybe force the “single most huge unfold” of COVID-19.
Thursday, September 3

5: 53 p.m.: Most fresh Butte County cases tied to younger folks
Butte County is going by a tidy originate bigger in COVID-19 cases. 
The County’s public health department experiences the ultimate upward push in numbers amongst folks ages 18-to-24 living attain the Chico Recount campus. Of the 557 determined cases from August 24-31, around 78% were 18-to-24 year olds. 
While Butte County’s Public Health agency says it’ll no longer ascertain the overall cases were college students, the originate bigger coincides with the open of classes. Butte CountyPublic Health Director Dannette York acknowledged the county will dwell in the dispute’s most restrictive coronavirus class unless everybody is taking precautions.
“If college-age people cease no longer join the fight and apply those mitigation efforts, or non-pharmaceutical interventions, of social distancing and sporting face coverings, then our cases will continue to climb and we will cease in this most restrictive tier,” York acknowledged. 
Meanwhile, Chico Recount has revised reopening plans to circulation to completely online classes for the relaxation of the drop semester. It additionally required most students living in campus housing to circulation out of their dorm rooms and apartments.

4: 18 p.m.: Oakland A’s pitcher Daniel Mengden checks determined for COVID-19
Athletics gorgeous-hander Daniel Mengden has tested determined for the coronavirus. 
He is asymptomatic nonetheless is quarantined at home in Houston, where he bought the consequence. The A’s had a three-sport sequence at Seattle postponed as neatly as final Sunday’s scheduled sequence finale at Houston, where the A’s realized of the one determined test. 
Oakland unprecedented manager David Forst says Mengden was positioned on the 10-day injured list. The A’s own added fresh left-hander Mike Minor to the 40-man roster. He was acquired in a trade with the Texas Rangers.
3: 05 p.m.: Nevada church continues court fight over pandemic restrictions
The Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley church in rural Nevada is yet again seeking to persuade the Ninth U.S. Circuit of Appeals that the dispute’s 50-individual cap on spiritual gatherings is unconstitutional, the Associated Press experiences.
The church filed fresh briefs with the court Wednesday after the U.S. Supreme Court docket refused to suspend the constraints in a 5-4 choice in July. They argue that parishioners’ spiritual freedoms are being violated, and that the cap on spiritual gatherings while permitting Nevada’s casinos to purpose at 50% ability locations profits sooner than the First Amendment.

9: 01 a.m.: EDD investigating that it’s good to maybe be take into consideration current unemployment fraud
California lawmakers are having a look for into that it’s good to maybe be take into consideration fraud on the Employment Construction Division, in accordance to the Los Angeles Times. Some Californians had been concerned about fraud after receiving letters from the EDD addressed to strangers.
The letters are addressed to unrelated folks and in most cases attain with debit cards loaded with money. California residents aren’t basically the most straightforward ones receiving letters from EDD; some used residents in states like Florida and Connecticut own additionally been receiving letters for claims they didn’t file.
The EDD declined to commentary on the amount of spurious cases being investigated. These concerns attain as Californians across the dispute had been left with out essential joblessness advantages after tense experiences with the EDD.

8: 35 a.m.: San Diego Recount University cancels in-individual classes

San Diego Recount University has halted in-individual classes after county health officers stumbled on 64 confirmed or doable cases of COVID-19 amongst students on the college, in accordance to the Associated Press. The case count involves students living every on and off-campus.
Over 200 classes, including some lab classes, had been suspended for a month and can own to tranquil circulation to a digital structure. On-campus housing will dwell originate.
California Recount University, Chico additionally moved classes online this week.

Wednesday, September 2

5: 23 p.m.: Bigger than 300 Sacramento County residents own died of COVID-19
As of Sept. 2, no longer no longer as much as 304 Sacramento County residents own died of concerns from COVID-19 because the pandemic began earlier this year. 
Bigger than half of those folks, 176, were residents of the city of Sacramento. There had been 18,413 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Sacramento County.
For extra records on the numbers of confirmed cases and deaths in every California county, explore our COVID-19 tracker.
4: 49 p.m.: Pelosi takes warmth over search recommendation from to San Francisco hair salon
Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi is getting warmth over a solo hair salon search recommendation from in San Francisco at a time when California corporations are restricted by instruct over coronavirus. However she says she was complying with the principles as introduced to her by the salon. 
Photos aired by Fox News Channel reveals Pelosi, her camouflage around her neck pretty than on her face, walking by the establishment. A stylist follows her sporting a camouflage. 
The salon owner acknowledged she rents chairs to stylists, and one let her know that Pelosi wanted a wash and a blow dry. Out of doors haircuts are allowed, nonetheless indoor salons own no longer reopened.

1: 58 p.m.: Recount engrossing concentrate on venture to house unhoused residents for the length of pandemic
Since April, California has equipped non permanent housing for 22,000 folks in a program created to procure the dispute’s unhoused population in rooms amid the pandemic. However the focal point wants to shift, Gov. Gavin Newsom acknowledged in a press convention Wednesday.
“That was an emergency response,” Newsom acknowledged. “Now we want a permanent response, and I’ve long believed that homelessness is solved by permanent, supportive housing.”
Newsom says “Roomkey” is now merging into “Homekey,” a partnership with dispute and native governments to declare $600 million to diagram discontinuance motels, motels and house buildings statewide by the tip of this calendar year. 
Cities, counties, native housing agencies and tribal authorities own till September 29 to educate for the funding. Easiest $50 million of the “Homekey” money comes from the dispute’s Accepted Fund.  The extra $550 million comes from federal coronavirus help funds which will own to tranquil be spent by the tip of the year.
Behold Gov. Newsom’s corpulent press convention right here.

11: 12 a.m.: Monterey Bay Aquarium faces monetary challenges due to COVID-19 closure
After five months of being closed to the overall public, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is facing a projected lack of $45 million this year, in accordance to Yahoo News. 
Furloughs and layoffs own affected 220 of their 580 workers. Since the nonprofit has over 500 workers, the aquarium did no longer qualify for the Paycheck Protection Program, a forgivable coronavirus loan by the federal executive. 
The aquarium has needed to reduce their conservation work, like reducing plastic air pollution and climate exchange, due to its scaled befriend funds. 
A colossal reopening was deliberate for July 9, nonetheless it was cancelled just a few days before because Monterey County had neatly suited been positioned on the dispute’s COVID-19 watchlist.

9: 56 a.m.: August was California’s deadliest month for COVID-19

August was the deadliest month for COVID-19 in California, in accordance to the Los Angeles Times.
There own now been bigger than 700,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the dispute, the ultimate quantity of total cases for any dispute in the U.S. California additionally reported 3,745 deaths connected to COVID-19 in August, an originate bigger of 18% over July.
No topic this, adjusted for population, California’s case count is smaller than 20 diversified states, including Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and diversified Southern states, in accordance to federal records.
While deaths had been rising, hospitalizations peaked in unhurried July, hitting 3,940 this week. Gov. Gavin Newsom no longer too long ago launched a brand fresh tiered realizing to originate up the California financial system. Hair salons and barbershops are allowed to originate yet again for indoor services, as are department outlets and diversified retail at 25% ability.

8: 33 a.m.: Yolo County supplies free COVID-19 testing to residents Wednesday evening
Yolo County residents can procure a free COVID-19 test at Madison Metropolis Hall in Madison on Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 4-7 p.m.
The free testing location is for Yolo County residents simplest, and folks need to present a doc with their determine and address — much like mail, a bill or a driver’s license — to be served.
The positioning is first attain, first served and all ages are welcome. Registration is urged, no longer required, to procure tested, nonetheless registering doesn’t guarantee a test or a time slot.
Tuesday, September 1

4: 55 p.m.: Recount indicators deal for fresh system after COVID records backlog
California has inked a $15 million address a system firm to design a brand fresh COVID-19 tracking system. 
The announcement Tuesday took space a month after the dispute acknowledged its present system had undercounted confirmed cases. The instruct had serious implications, because the dispute uses those numbers to originate choices about reopening corporations and faculties. 
Officers screech the address Minnesota-essentially based fully OptumInsight Inc. will allow the dispute to better discover the unfold of the virus. California has extra confirmed cases than any diversified dispute. However present traits present those numbers dropping, and the percentage of determined checks is additionally declining.

11: 37 a.m.: El Dorado County could maybe circulation to lower coronavirus tier this month
El Dorado County could maybe circulation from the dispute’s “gargantuan” coronavirus bother class to the lower “moderate” one in the week of Sept. 21.
To circulation down, the county wants to cease below four fresh cases per day on practical and defend a test positivity rate below 5% over the subsequent 14 days, in accordance to El Dorado County Public Health.
In assigning El Dorado County to the gargantuan tier, the 2d-most serious in the fresh system, the dispute extinct the county’s records from the week of August 5-11. Counties own to remain in their assigned tier for 3 weeks before engrossing to a less restrictive one. Then, the county can circulation as long because the amount of cases and the test positivity rate meet the less restrictive tier’s requirement in the 2 most as much as date weeks.
“El Dorado County’s numbers in the 2 requirements the Recount is currently the usage of to resolve reopening had been trending pretty lower over the final two weeks,” El Dorado County Public Health Officer Dr. Nancy Williams acknowledged in a news unlock. “Presumably the most primary and very most realistic ability to help guarantee we circulation to the Orange tier in the week of September 21st is for residents and company to continue to apply the Recount’s mandates for face coverings, defend a ways from gatherings with and dwell no longer no longer as much as six feet from others exterior your family and wash your arms.”
9: 41 a.m.: Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak extends eviction moratorium
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has launched plans to elongate the dispute’s eviction moratorium any other 45 days.
This circulation will present help to an estimated 250,000 renters facing the likelihood of losing their housing due to financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Sisolak made the choice yesterday, in the end before the old moratorium was dispute to poke out. Fears of a current eviction disaster in the dispute had been compounded by delays in dispute assistance and programs, like unemployment insurance.
Nevada’s moratorium is now dispute to poke out Oct. 16.

8: 41 a.m.: Lawmakers cross, Newsom indicators eviction help bill
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed AB 3088, a bill extending a dwell to evictions for unpaid rent due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Lawmakers handed the bill Monday. The dispute’s eviction moratorium was dispute to poke out Sept. 2 if lawmakers didn’t take action.
AB 3088 pauses evictions by January 31 as a outcomes of unpaid rent for the length of the first six months of the pandemic. Renters would own to comprise out paperwork certifying that they were impacted by COVID-19 to be eligible for protections, and would additionally own to pay no longer no longer as much as 25% of their rent beginning in September.
For extra updates on Monday evening’s cease of the California legislative session, head right here.
Monday, August 31

3: 56 p.m.: Fresh Sacramento County health expose permits for extra outside activities
Following a brand fresh ‘tier system’ launched by Gov. Gavin Newsom final week, Sacramento County health officers own put out an expose detailing what activities are allowed indoors and outside.
No topic Newsom’s announcement, corporations allowed to purpose under the fresh system could maybe not reopen till the county formally allowed it with this fresh expose. Below the fresh pointers, which exchange the final expose published July 14, the next corporations are authorised to purpose outside:
These corporations are allowed to originate for indoor operations:
Principal infrastructure
Hair salons and barbershops
All retail (25% most ability)
Browsing amenities (Retailers, hunch back and forth space amenities, swap meets, excluding meals courts and dilapidated areas) most 25% ability
Reputable sports (with out live audiences)
These corporations are allowed to originate for outside operations:
Inner most care services (nail salons, physique waxing, estheticians)
Museums, zoos, aquariums
Locations of like
Movie theaters
Gyms and health amenities
Ingesting locations
Wineries
Household Leisure Centers (e.g. bowling alleys, shrimp golf, batting cages and arcades)
Cardrooms, satellite wagering
Bars, pubs, brewpubs and breweries also can purpose outside, simplest in the event that they offer sit down-down, outside meals
The fresh dispute reopening technique organizes counties by tiers, that are determined by the amount of fresh determined cases per week and the positivity rate. With a on each day foundation case count of 12 per 100,000 and a positivity rate of 8.1%, Sacramento County is listed on the ultimate bother stage tier in the dispute. This implies that the virus is current in the neighborhood. 
These pointers cease no longer exchange the county’s August 28 focus on in self belief to defend faculties closed. Colleges can reopen for in-individual college when they’ve been in Tier 2 for 2 weeks. A county need to dwell in its present tier for 21 days, and then meet requirements for the subsequent tier for 2 weeks, before engrossing to a less restrictive tier.

2: 48 p.m.: CSU Chico cancels classes after 30 COVID-19 cases
California Recount University, Chico canceled the restricted quantity of in-individual classes it was offering. They’ll be digital-simplest at some stage in the drop semester after as regards to 30 folks tested determined for the coronavirus days after the drop semester began.
University President Gayle Hutchinson says students additionally pick on to vacate campus housing by the weekend. Hutchinson says she is asking students to circulation away campus housing because as regards to all on-campus residences own no longer no longer as much as one determined case and there are concerns the numbers will originate bigger. 

6: 16 a.m.: Lower traffic for the length of cease-at-home saved natural world, sight reveals
A sight reveals California’s cease-at-home expose in response to the coronavirus outbreak appears to own saved some natural world, as decreased traffic resulted in fewer collisions with mountain lions, deer and diversified tidy animals. 
A sight by the Dual carriageway Ecology Heart at UC Davis stumbled on traffic declined by about 75%  after the emergency expose went into develop in March. The quantity of animals struck and killed by automobiles additionally fell, including a 58% lower in fatal crashes interesting mountain lions between the 10 weeks before and 10 weeks after the expose.

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